Cameo Depression Glass Maker: Hocking Date Produced: 1930 to 1934 Colors: Green,yellow, a little pink and clear.
Cameo is another Hocking pattern with tons of pieces to choose, including stemware, tumblers, accessory pieces and a full dinner set.
The pattern has a dancer draped in scarves, likely Isidore Duncan, in small cameos around the rim connected with swags and flowers.
There are at least 5 different creamers and sugars and cups, multiple tumblers, sherbets and goblets, plus a full dinnerware set and many accessory pieces.
You can get a complete dinner set without spending a fortune.
Some serving pieces, like the sugar lid, tumblers and cream soups are pricey but you don’t have to get them.
Columbia Depression Glass Maker: Federal Date Produced: 1938 to 1942 Colors: Clear with a few pieces in pink.
Columbia is heavy with a solid design of molded rays and inset dots. Cube Cubist Depression Glass Maker: Jeannette Date Produced: 1929 to 1933 Colors: Pink, green and a few pieces in clear.
There are a few cobalt blue and red pieces and some monax has gold or colored trim on the rim.